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To see the second part of "The Medieval World and Beyond," go to prezi.com/yfvfj4hklen0/medieval-world-part-2/

Collin Reyes

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The Medieval World
and Beyond The Roman Empire, due to weakening frontiers, gets overrun by Barbarians and falls in 476. This lead to the rise of Constantinople and the Byzantine Empire, during the first century. The Magna
Carta was a
treaty that
was signed by King John in 1215. This
treaty put every king under the rules his
people had to follow.The king was also
prevented from stopping certain things
that like preventing the growing of crops.
The Magna Carta was what influenced
the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of
Independence. The spread of Islam
led to Islam's control
of the holy land.This
is connected to the
Catholics of the
Feudal Europe who
also wanted the
holy land.This led to
the 3 different crusades
which lasted from 1096-
1192. Islam was
spread to Africa
and Spain from 662-750 making
Islam one of the dominant religious
in the middle east. Marco Polo took the Silk Road
to get to China and to trade with
them 1271-1295. Marco then wrote
a book inspiring Europe to trade
Asia. Zheng He, an advisor for the
chinese emperor went on
expeditions from 1405-1433 to India
and Africa to receive tributes. In 593, visitors from Korea had
introduced Buddhism to Japan.
Almost every Japanese person then
became a Buddhist. Between 639 and 708 c.e.,
Arab Muslims conquered North
Africa. They also wanted to
introduce West Africa to Islam. The Fujiwara Family started in 858C.E. They started by proposing marriage to royal women but even though they were emperors, they couldn't control any
government links. Like the Aztec, people didn't have
control over the government just their gods through signs. In 728, traders from Persia, Korea, and Japan used the Silk Road and sea to bring in new goods, religions, and ideas to China China's invention
of paper making
around the 1200's
spread to Japan and
Central Asia. The Incas was a great society
that developed in the Andes Mountains
of South America. They took over all the
tribes in the Andes Mountain. The Incas
ruled during the 1400s C.E and lasted
until 1532. China was
by the Mongols
in 1276 and were
ruled by the Mongols
for 300 years. The Mayans were a
peaceful civilization
who lasted for 3,500
years from 2000B.C.E
to 1500C..E. They had
many great achievements
such as the the Mayan
calendar and science and
technology. In 710, Japan's
Imperial Government
built a new
chinese-style capital
on Nara. The new
city was a smaller
version of China's
capital, Chang'an. China's religion
of Buddhism
spread to Korea,
where Korea
then introduced
the religion to
500A.C. In 50 C.E, Ghana traders
and Muslim traders exchanged
goods. They traded things
such as salt and gold. Gold was
given to Muslims because their
land was scarce of gold. Africans
had a small supply of salt. The Classical
period had
started in
500 B.C.E
to 500 C.E.
Classical artist
from Greece valued
balance and harmony.
Their figures were
lifelike,nude,or draped
in togas.The Renaissance
period was a rebirth of some
ideas of the Classical period. Mali accepted Islam to Africa in 1240, But they didn't do follow the teachings. Mansa Musa was the first West African Ruler to practice Islamic teachings. During the Tang Dynasty, card
games were created by the
Chinese. These card games were introduced to the Europeans around
the 1300. Video here click play and zoom
then go to next slide.please
wait, video may take a
couple seconds to load. Enjoy!!!=) To see the second part of "The Medieval World and Beyond," go to prezi.com/yfvfj4hklen0/medieval-world-part-2/ by Andy Salas
JJ Tolibao
Jonathon Lopez
Collin Reyes
and Jeffrey Rubi Credits
With the help of The 7th grade History Book
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